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Ikea just released a cookbook in Sweden titled Hembakat är Bäst, which translates to “Homemade is Best.” For each recipe, there are two images: one of the ingredients and one of the finished item. I like how they’ve laid out the ingredients – each one an autonomous entity before blending with the others to form a delicious concoction. The styling reminds me of Brittny Badger’s disassembled appliances.
Thanks to Emma Fexeus of emmas designblogg for the original post and for sending me the press release! Emma tells me that the photos were shot and most probably styled by Carl Kleiner. UPDATE: The photos were styled by Evelina Bratell.
Above: Pepparkakor (gingerbread)
Below: Vaniljhorn (vanilla horn)
Click on the jump for more images from the cookbook.
vaniljhorn vanilla horn ingredients Swedish Ikea Cookbook


Pepparkakor (gingerbread)
pepparkakor gingerbread Swedish Ikea Cookbook
Vaniljhorn (vanilla horn)
vaniljhorn vanilla horn Swedish Ikea Cookbook
Cover
hembakat ar bast homemade is best Swedish Ikea Cookbook
Fina Kanelbullar (cinnamon buns) – ingredients
fina kanelbullar cinnamon buns ingredients Swedish Ikea Cookbook
Fina Kanelbullar (cinnamon buns)
fina kanelbullar cinnamon buns finished Swedish Ikea Cookbook
Schwarzwaldtårta (black forest cake) – ingredients
schwarzwaldtarta black forest cake ingredients Swedish Ikea Cookbook
Schwarzwaldtårta (black forest cake)
schwarzwaldtarta black forest cake Swedish Ikea Cookbook
Mandelmusslor (almond shells) – ingredients
mandelmusslor almond bivalve ingredients Swedish Ikea Cookbook
Mandelmusslor (almond shells)
mandelmusslor almond bivalve Swedish Ikea Cookbook
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Laura Cochrane

I’m an editor at MAKE and CRAFT. I like hiking, biking, and etymology.


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